Recently Brittani Kelley, Paulding County Extension 4-H Agent, received the Ryles Rising Star Award. This award recognizes individuals who exhibit leadership and exemplary service while working to carry out 4-H work in the state of Georgia.
Five years ago North Paulding youth basketball was just a dream for Coach Ryan Dyer and Coach Scott Green, the varsity head basketball coaches at North Paulding High. Now youth basketball for grades k through 12 is a reality. In season one, in 2011, over 200 boys and girls participated and the numbers have grown steadily every year. This year over 400 are expected to participate.
Hiram City Council held a public hearing earlier this week prior to the start of their regular session, for the purpose of receiving comment regarding a change in the method of calculating occupation taxes.
Post 2 Commissioner Todd Pownall, the district in which the airport is located, is looking into the PAMOD zoning for property owners. A recent mailer to Paulding County property owners, or owners whose property is located within the Paulding Airport Mitigation Overlay District....
Jonathan Johnson, one of the Spartan Football Players, at South Paulding along with his family recently escaped with their lives from a house fire. He and his family recently lost their home and all their belongings to that fire. A GoFundMe account has been established for the family. Any donations would be appreciated.
After experiencing continuous, growing interest in the program, Chattahoochee Technical College has relocated its Registered Nursing program from the Austell Campus to the Paulding Campus.
Paulding County Builders Association and Paulding Board of Realtors® hosted an exciting "Reverse Draw Event" on August 27th at the Paulding Senior Center.
The general meeting was held on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at the Paulding Chamber of Commerce – Lower Level. Speaker was Lisa Myers, Credit Technologies, Inc. Local agents were also recognized and awarded for their support and contributions to the Realtor Political Action Committee (RPAC).
Charolette Steed, Broker/Owner, whose name is established in the Atlanta Real Estate Community and is owner of RE/MAX Around Atlanta Marietta Office was awarded the Legacy Award by RE/MAX of Georgia at their annual awards banquet.
Paulding County’s Economic Development organization announced recently that Robert Reynolds has been hired to replace first Executive Director Jamie Gilbert.
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, (R-GA-14) spoke to constituents last week at the Watson Government Complex in Dallas. Hosted in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce, his open meetings allow constituents to hear about the issues before Congress and to allow him to hear from constituents on how Washington’s policies are impacting them in their hometowns.
African violets are one of the most exquisite flowering house plants exhibited in many homes across the world. Admired by novice and experienced gardeners alike. You can find them in a variety of colors ranging from deep purple to white and in two-color variations. The key to their beauty is all in how you care for them.
$1000 REWARD, One thousand dollar cash reward for information leading to the identity and criminal charge of any one person involved in an attempted burglary at Seaboard Business Center on August 16, 2015.
Georgia Highlands College has named Elijah Scott the Dean of Libraries, College Testing, and Curriculum Innovation. On top of overseeing GHC’s libraries, Scott will additionally take charge of the college testing sites at each of the five campuses and the college’s curriculum innovation processes.